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Monk Bidness
Monkey Bidness | 6/7/2005

Why you should never flip off a Buddhist.

Keynote Kronicles
Light Ranting | 6/7/2005

Valley Wonk: Party On!
Column | 6/7/2005

What better measure of an industry's health do we have than the quality of tradeshow parties?

Supercomm 2005: Monday
LRTV Supercomm | 6/7/2005

IMS, ATCA, and fixed/mobile convergence are already emerging as big stories at Supercomm 2005.

ROADMs Roll On
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/7/2005

New technologies keep the ROADM momentum flowing at Supercomm, but the volume is still not there

Penn Passes It On
Monkey Bidness | 6/6/2005

Who'd a'thought Penn (& Teller) Jillette would do something asinine?

SDP Costs Get a Grilling
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

A change of mindset is needed when evaluating service delivery platform ROI, say LR conference speakers

Spirent Latest to Tackle Video Test
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Spirent dives into video test boom, taking a scenario planning approach to compete with vendors such as Acterna and Agilent

Aruba Secures With Sygate
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Switch startup integrates software to check out 'unmanaged' clients on a WLAN network

Telecom Exec: VOIP Is a Pain
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

A Time Warner Telecom VOIP executive kicked off Supercomm by sprinkling a little cold water on the VOIP business

AMCC, Vitesse Nearly Tied the Knot
News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Communications chip biggies had merger talks earlier this year, sources say. With COO now gone, could they resume?

Supercomm Preview
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 6/6/2005

Our wise men sharpen their pencils, turn their eyes to the key trends in store for next week

Juniper Aims E-Series at IPTV
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

The new E320 increases Juniper's B-RAS capacity to 320 Gbit/s and 128,000 subscribers to accommodate IPTV

AT&T Adopts Microsoft's SDP
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

AT&T will use Microsoft's service delivery platform to develop business services: SDPs to be hot at Supercomm this week

LRTV Supercomm Preview
LRTV Supercomm | 6/6/2005

What are the biggest opportunities and challenges facing carriers in 2005? LRTV arrived the day before Supercomm 2005 to ask exhibitors and show organizers what they think.

Ericsson Acquires NetSpira
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Incumbent vendor purchases Spanish data services platform startup for undisclosed sum

Broadbanders Bubbly Over Bundles
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/6/2005

Research says consumers like the idea of dealing with one party for voice, video, and data

Become a Heavy Reading VIP!
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 6/5/2005

Here's your chance to get an insider's view of the telecom industry's fastest-growing research organization

Time Warner, Not Vonage, Leads VoIP Growth
BroadBananas | 6/3/2005

The ongoing claims by the hype-masters at Vonage Holdings Corp. that the company is "the fastest growing telephony company in North America" are as reliable as Vonage's E-911 service.

Airgo's Laptop Ambitions
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/3/2005

MIMO maker wins Samsung laptop contract, looks further

Feeling Beat?
Monkey Bidness | 6/3/2005

Today is Allen Ginsberg's birthday.

SBC, Microsoft Defend Lightspeed
News Analysis | 6/3/2005

SBC stays true to its timeline despite rumblings of Project Lightspeed delays

Valet Weirdness
Light Ranting | 6/3/2005

Supercomm Preview, Part I
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/3/2005

Heavy Reading analysts sharpen their pencils and turn their eyes to the key trends in store for next week

Acterna Puts Video to the Test
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/3/2005

Kicks off expected Supercomm video and IPTV announcements with the launch of its video service test modules

NJ Defends Old Glory
Monkey Bidness | 6/3/2005

In which the Guv'nor is not amused and dashes off a letter...

Interoute Meshes Europe
News Analysis | 6/3/2005

Pan-European carrier offers multipoint Ethernet service in 61 locations

Poll: Open Up the Air!
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Readers say more public spectrum is needed to help solve potential 802.11 congestion problems

Big Fat, Late Planes
Light Ranting | 6/2/2005

Voodoo Muses on WiMax
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Carrier expects 802.16 technology to serve 'certain niche goals'

Tazz Welcomes May in June
News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Adds new CEO to go with latest funding as broadband growth bolsters policy management sector

Ciena Shares Down, Despite More Sales
News Analysis | 6/2/2005

It's selling more gear, but still losing money; stock sags a bit and cash burn slows UPDATED 5PM

Crescent Fertile for Marconi
News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Now called the Marconi Service Router, the former Crescent box is picking up revenues and new features

Citrix to Buy NetScaler for $300M
News Analysis | 6/2/2005

Citrix lines up $300 million purchase of traffic management specialist NetScaler

Telecom Video Network Architecture Basics
LRTV Documentaries | 6/2/2005

Until now, industry discussion of broadband has tended to focus on the network required to support the applications: Is it passive or active? Ethernet or IP? Fiber or copper? Wireless or wired? And so on. The problem with this approach is that it puts the network cart before the applications horse – the really interesting and important element of broadband service is the ways in which people will use it, not the network that it runs over. In this LRTV documentary, we reverse t

Tellabs Secures BellSouth Biz
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Tellabs gets exclusive FTTC contract from BellSouth through 2006

Wishful Thinking
Light Ranting | 6/1/2005

Net Insight Offers IPTV Alternative
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/1/2005

CEO says IP isn't up to the task of effectively handling transport of large amounts of video traffic

Da Vinci Code Shouldered
Monkey Bidness | 6/1/2005

Dan Brown: Threat or menace?

Sprint Chases SDP Success
Supercomm News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Carrier claims 10 enterprise deals for its service delivery platform

Sprint Chases SDP Success
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Carrier says it has already won 10 enterprise customer deals for its service delivery platform

Valley Wonk: The Indie Startup
Column | 6/1/2005

After seeing IMMI get crushed in the telecom crash, Denny Miu wanted to think small for his next startup

Nortel Posts Q1 Loss
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Charges send it into the red, but wireless infrastructure sales boost revenues

You Don't Know Spit
Monkey Bidness | 6/1/2005

IP telephony? Same ol' spit.

Nortel Posts Q1 Loss
News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Charges send it into the red, but revenues are up

Parama Sells for a Song
News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Sneaky startup Bay Microsystems pockets Parama, seeing possibilities in the single-chip ADM space

SBC on TV Franchise Regs: We're Immune
News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Is SBC in denial about TV franchising? Carrier is aloof after telco-friendly franchising bill fails in Texas legislature

Alcatel Makes Aruba Plans
LR Mobile News Analysis | 6/1/2005

Says partnership will boost its fixed/mobile convergence story

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